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>> that's all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. right now, at 11ing, temperatures are dropping. what may be the coldest night of the season. plus, more on the return of a palo alto war veteran who was held in knot korea for more than a month. why he might have beenry leased. and how much would you pay for this burned out house in the south bay? you might be surprised by the asking price. >> 50 good evening. thanks for joining us. outside your door right now it's gold. and it's going to be even colder tomorrow morning. these are live pictures. it's forecast to be one of the coldest places in the morning.
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dipping into the low 20s by 5:00 a.m. we have team coverage on the weather. dozens of people in walnut creek braved the cold for a tree lighting ceremony. but first, we have anthony slaughter and the cold forecast. >> a freeze warning at least for one more night. tonight is expected to be one of the coldest nights across the bay area, temperatures that could fall not only into the low 20s but into the teens across parts of the napa valley. that's where we're headed. overnight lows, nap that 19, even san jose expected to get down to 22 degrees. even though we got down to 29. it hasn't been this cold since january 13 earlier this year. when we got down to 26 degrees. so again tonight, expecting to be one of the coldest nights. and here's the other thing. this is the eighth consecutive morning that we're going to be waking up with temperatures below 32 degrees. in napa. and the last time we saw something like this, a long-term cold snap, that was back january
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10 where we were below freezing for our morning lows for 12 days in a row. 4 we all know the cold is tack a toll on your body. the california crops are starting to take their toll. monty, how cold is it where you are? >> it's pretty gold. in fact, this is the man made snow from the ice skating rink across the street. i've had it since about 6:00 tonight. you can see that it hasn't really melted at all. right now, it is a very chilly 33 dpst mere at walnut creek right now. the pitter cold is not keeping everyone indoors. the bitter cold air was very real.
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>> the cash register outside and was just finishing up her eight-hour shift when we talk pd. >> i' got lots of layers on, a sweater, a jacket. my scarf, another jacket and long socks mittens. >> trees are freezing in the central valley where some farmers have lost 20% to 30% of their harvest. >> we're losing a lot of money in the deal and we may have to end up removing a tree. >> in the bay area, most of the wineries have finished their harvest for the season and are threatened by the recent freeze. >> the frost isn't going to give us trouble out here. there may be a few wineries that are biting their nails about the frost. but out here in the livermore valley, we're pretty well harvested and we're ready for a nice winter.
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>> again, it's 33 degrees right now. experts say freezing temperatures are more dangerous for winery because that's when the vines are beginning to bud. monty francis, nbc bay area fuse. >> thank you, monty. well, this was the first significant weekend for skiing in the sierra as well. the storm dumped two to three feet of snow in the mountains friday night to saturday. this is video from kirkwood where officials reported 36 inches of new snow. that's the most of any resort up there. and most of the other resorts are open as well. but all are still noo need of a whole lot more snow to still be operational. there was a record setter today at the 31st annual california international marathon. organizers say a record 10,000 people braved the cold and took part in one of the coldest marathons for northern california in decades.
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temperatures warmed up to the mid 30s dithe finish. storms make their way through texas and the midwest. more than 100,000 people are without power. and there's concern that tree limbs and power lines that are weighted down by that ice could cause new outages for the next several days. and the snow and ice made driving nearly impossible as you can see here. in wisconsin, a deadly pipe-up shut down a main freeway. >> to the best of my non, an excess of seven semis and 30 vehicles. >> you could barely see off the road. >> parts of the mid atlantaic and new england area are expecting more snow tomorrow. and in some areas officials are call for what they're saying is an historic event with the ice and snow. and you can track the freeze warning and forecast on our website. all you have to do is click on the weather tab. and there you can see temperature maps. you can also get the latest weather conditions. right when you wake up "today in
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the bay." that coverage starts at 4:30 tomorrow morning. >> and now on to continuing coverage on the palo alto veteran who was released from north korea. some experts say that nation may have gained something from the high profile case of merrill newman. the 85-year-old man returned home to the bay area yesterday and reunited with his family. his wife told nbc bay area that her husband is resting today and they would like a little bit of privacy today as well. newman was accused of crimes dating back to the korean war. after being forced to publicly apologize, the government deported imh on what it calls humanitarian grounds. one expert says that apology may show just how powerful the current government is to its own people. >> they can use that information to demonstrate to their own population that the regime is in control and it can extract confessions from americans.
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>> while newman is a free man tonight, north korea continues to hold another american citizen kenneth bay. henrikson says the christian missionary's fate may have made him a target. bay has been sentenced to 15 years for hostile act against the communist state. >> and new at 11:00, sonoma county deputies are investigating human remains found autoshilo regional park. a father called the sheriff's department saying he and his two children came across a human skull and tennis shoes in a creek bed. they plan to continue the investigation there tomorrow. we have an update now on the deputy who shot and killed a santa rosa teenager last month. the democrat is reporting that the deputy will return to work on tuesday. he won't be out in the field. he's been on leave since october 22. the deputy reportedly said he thought 13-year-old andy lopez was carrying a real ak-47 when he shot him.
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stuz that was in fact a b.b. gun made to look real. "the chronicle" is reporting that three fire department commanders who were in charge of firefighting and rescue efforts after a crash had never taken a required training course for aircraft disasters. the fire chief said it wasn't vital that commanders take the disaster course, calling it very specialized training. and on tuesday in washington, d.c., federal officials plaen to hear from witnesses, the faa, boeing and others about the crash. the four pilots onboard will not be attending the hearing. three teenagers were killed and more than 180 passengers were hurt. nbc bay area's investigative unit is headed to d.c. for those hearings. steven stock will have live
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reports on the investigation. well, fremont, san jose and san francisco are ranked among the top three large markets in the country to sell a home right now. one seller is listing this home for $400,000. it's been boarded up since a fire severely damaged it over a year ago. nbc bay area is in san jose with more on that. hello, kimberly. >> hello. you can see this home doesn't have a whole lot of curb appeal. it's close to downtown and steps away from zj znl state. there home is listed at $399,000. but it sneeds sop work. neighbors still have cell phone video of the fire that severely damaged it in june in 2012.
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>> maybe $400,000 for the lot, i think that's pretty overpriced. >> others look at the home and see opportunities. >> you are looking at the downtown area. this house looks very nice, very close by to the campus. it's a good investment and also good for ourselves. >> i wouldn't say it's worth $400,000. but i've been really surprised over things that have gone on over the last few months, stuff that i didn't think was going to go for what it did. >> one realtor has a handful of clients waiting to see it. here's the math. let's say you bought the place for $399,000, dmol ligs and construction will cost $275,000, bringing the total to $674,000. compare that to the average home in the area, it's a deal.
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you just have to be up for the challenge. the place will likely have to be taken down to the studs. but it's the original victorian footprint this couple is drawn to, and the opportunity to also create a rental property. the average number of day ops market so far this year for homes in santa clara county is 32. this home has been on the market for less than a week and we were just told a couple of hours ago, there have already been multiple offers on it, and all of them in cash. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >> and coming up next at 11:00, more than 50 heads of state plan to attend tuesday's public memorial for nelson mandela. how people here in the bay area are remembering the south african leader. plus amazon can deliver almost anything to your door, right? and now they want to bring you groceries but is it worth the price?
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a bay area musical led was honored at the white house. we'll show you what award carlos santana received this time.
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a sfrachb church held a memorial for nelson mandela. reverend cecil williams says although people are mourning the death of mandela, they should also remember him for the incredible example he set. >> it feels like the spirit would touch me in ways i hope it would touch me at all times, to help me accept people. to bring love and bring justice to the lives of humanity. >> today was also an official day of prayer and reflection in south africa for mandela. >> several doctors and nurses in
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the bay area who helped the survivors of the typhoon in the philippines are back home tonight. one month ago, typhoon haiyan hit the philippines. family and friends gathered with the medical workers when they arrived back at home. one nurse said she tried not to cry when she heard all of their stories. >> they told me about how they survived. they told me about their stories, about the daughtering she lost a daughter. they told me thhow they survive. and it was very hard, difficult to listen to the stories. but i have to listen. >> the category five storm killed more than 5,000 people
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and displaced more than 4 million more. on the peninsula, a mountain lion was found in half moon bay. soon you may be able to order groceries from amazon. according to a report on all things digital, the company may announce the launch of amazon fresh here in san francisco this coming tuesday. the program which delivers produce, meat, milk and anything else you can find at the grocery store is already running in seattle and los angeles. groceries will be delivered the day or the day after you order them, depending i assume on what you want. the program costs $299 a year to participate. >> this hol diseason, three weeks between thanksgiving and christmas. today, it was a busy one at
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christmas tree lots. some are nonprofit fundraisers. the boy scouts have many around the bay area. >> a treatment facility, a drug and alcohol treatment facility. we're raising money for our facility to help the community turn their lives around. >> nationally, there's a decline in sales this year because of the shortened holiday season. and perhaps because it's freezing kol outside and people don't want to go out. that could be, too. >> it's beautiful this time of year. >> check it out. i love christmas, though. i could go on and on.
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you can see what we're talking about, temperatures overnight. potential for upper teeps. a nice rebound by 1:00 in the afternoon. temperatures will top out near 50. but againer it's going to be a very cold start. the skycam a network, the southbound all the way to the northbound. but very cold in the northbound, 27 degrees for most of those communities. and you'll notice patchy frost on those roadways tomorrow morning. you'll want to take it easy,
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both hands on the wheel. however, it's still going to be dold the next couple of days. this thing is going to slide very close to us monday and tuesday. but you'll find, though, once we head to the middle part of this week, temperatures go close from 50, closer to 60. so a slight warming, at least it will put us closer to average. napa valley will take us to the lower locations. even though we're talking about a warming trend, it's all relative here.
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the peninsula, san francisco, all starting off very cold, the southbound, the peninsula, one of the coldest locations on the map. this will be the overall coldest with temperatures near 20 degrees in napa, east bay and try beck ka. wednesday and thursday, closer to 60. you'll notice on the seven-day forecast, showers on friday. we'll be tracking that as we head through the week. >> and that means more snow, right? okay, thank you, anthony. >> tonight. >> carlos santana was recognized for his lifetime contributions. there he is, culture in performing arts. he graduated from mission high school in san francisco back in the 1960s. and he played at the filmore
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many time ps and lives in marin county. >> jim harbaugh compares his match to the seahawks to a 3 2 3 1/2-hour root canal. but the 49ers came out smiling. highlights and reaction coming up next. i love watching tv outside.
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and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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two start against the seahawks. the third time is a charm for jim harbaugh. 49ers down 14-9. kaepernick eight eight-yard touchdown to vernon davis. the 49ers face a two-point lead. 49ers with under five minutes left in the game. frank core, 51 yards.
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mindy with post game reaction. >> reporter: many are calling the 49ers wip over the seahawks a state game. but the statement san francisco made was to itself. after being outscored 71-16 in its last two losses to its division rival, san francisco now knows it can beat the best team in the nfc. >> it was a huge win. >> we're playing playoff football. it's either win or go home. err week that we come out, we're going to come out and perform at a high level. it felt like seattle had our number. so yeah, i think it was a statement game to the world. >> we had to win this game. this is a team that you want to beat. i mean, they talk so much. and, you know, they to me --
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yeah, you just have to beat them. >> that was a championship football game, a playoff atmosphere. we just made a few more plays than they made. >> they can take pride in knowing they never lost to an nfc west team in their last five seasons here. at candlestick park, mindy bach, nbc bay area. >> panthers at saints. both teams came into the day a game ahead of the 49ers in the playoff race. second quarter, saints up by one. drew brees for a 15-yard touchdown. colson's second td of the night. 31-13. raiders at jets. oakland, 2-12 on the road. they're hoping to change that today. third quarter, just up by 17. raiders looking for offense, any offense. and they get it. 63 yards for the score.
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longest run of his career. fourth quarter now, jets up by ten. and they try to break this game wide open. prince ivory breaks tackles into the end soep. ivory's third td of the year as the jets win 37-27. sharks finishing up their road trip in the state of hockey coming off back to back losses. second period, zach parise knocks away the stick and then scored on the rebound nap's his 13th of the year. and the minnesota wild go up 1-0. still in the second period, moi cue with the wrister. wild when 3-1. and we end on a report from yahoo sports. the kings will acquire rudy gay and two others in a trade that includes salmon to toronto. the deal is expected to be finalized tomorrow. but a good one for the 49ers today. diane? >> absolutely. thanks, andrea. >> and coming up, fantasy football has taken the country by storm, right? well, now more women are getting
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>> now more and more women are apparently joining in. according to the fantasy sports trade association, it of nearly 24 million people playing fantasy football, about 20% are women. one few fantasy football fan says being pregnant got her involved in the league. >> we met through a pregnancy app. and we had babies in either december or january in 2011 or '12. when 'just kept in contact through that app. we created a facebook group with 134 of us that still talk and eight of us that decided to join the league again this year. >> she said the league is about as much bonding with the girls as it is about getting baby advice or a leg up on this
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week's opponent at the same time. all right. a new study shows what separates a healthy diet from an unhealthy one. and it's $1.50. researchers at harvard evaluated the prices for a serving of fruit, vegetables, fish and nuts. then compared that to processed meats, foods and refined grains. they found a day's worth of the most healthy diet patterns cost about $1.50 more per day than the least healthy meals. that adds up to about $500 per person a year, which is a burden for many low income families. and coming up next, here's a live look at how the people of south africa are remembering nelson mandela. we'll show you the preparations taking place now for a worldwide memorial on tuesday. >> and he fell asleep on a plane and when he woke up, he was alone and locked inside. hear how he was able to get out. pretty incredible story. [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home.
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>> these are live pictures from john han necessa johannesburg. in many areas, it was anything but solemn. tracy potts is in sueto and shows how people in his former town are celebrating their leader. >> dancing in the streets, mourning the loss but celebrating mandela's role and sacrifice. ridding this nation of aparth d apartheid. >> go well. >> hohn -- honoring mediva, in
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johannesbu johannesburg, his grandchildren greeted soldiers outside the family's current home and talked about his legacy. looking around in this room, this is not a reality when i was born in 1987. >> now south africa prepares to welcome the world. 53 heads of state on tuesday, shuttles will transport tens of thousands. roads around the stadium will be closed. then wednesday, more clouds lining the streets s pretoria where mandela's body will lie in state for three days. the only chance for many to say a personal goodbye. >> a week from tomorrow, next monday is the 100th an versery
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of the governments that are here. part of that is an unveiling of after statue of mandela one day after he's buried. >> the catholic church and the philippine december claired today a day of remembrance one month after typhoon haiyan devastated parts of that country. more than 5300 people were killed. >> we need the help of other people. so far, our people are concerned, we are sure and i am sure that we can recover, because we have even become more united with each other. >> after the prayer service, the priest left the graves of more than 200 victims. thousands of people stranded by bad weather spent another day at dallas ft. worth international airport. airport officials say more than 400 flights were canceled since saturday. some people here in the bay area are feeling the effects as well. today, four flights were canceled at sfo as san jose
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international, seven flights were canceled. airport officials are warning anyone planning to fly in the next couple of days to check their flights before heading to the airport. a plane trip took a bizarre tryst twist for a man from louisiana. tom wagner was traveling onboard a united express jet. hen he woke up from his nap, he discovered he was cold and all alone and locked inside the plane. somehow he had slept as other passengers got off the plane and the flight attendants missed him astacted the airline. >> i looked up and saw the lights were out. i looked down the aisle and nobody was home. >> "the today show" will have more on wagner's interview tomorrow morning. >> well, a stae of fans gathered in southern california today to remember paul walker. nbc's kate larson has more from southern california. >> reporter: a parade of 2,000
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cars and 5,000 fans lined the streets leading up to the site where paul walker and his friend were killed last weekend. >> we found at least 13 different facebook pages alone announcing people's intentions to come from at least five different counties as well as arizona, texas, nevada. >> fans paying tribute to the "fst and furious" star. parking lots were overflowing. 60 l.a. county sheriff's deputies and dozens of santa cla rita personnel redirected traffic and crowds. at least six cars were towed and 40 citations, mostly for parking, were issued today. >> considering the number of people who were here, we think that's pretty low. but what was unusual about this is we didn't have someone to talk to to help plan it with who's part of the event.
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dozens continue to stop bit the memorial tonight. >> i wanted to get out here, but there were so many people. but we just decided to wait. >> megan and her family were here for the third time since the wreck happened eight days ago. >> we just looked at all the candles and stuff. >> kate larson, nbc bay area news. >> and coming up next, creating science projects out of scrap. we'll show you. >> it's so cool. and so weird and whacky and different. that looking at them just, you know, gets you excited. wow, what is that thing? >> i like weird, whacky and different. how a bay area teacher developed a nonprofit that helps thousands of classrooms. i love watching tv outside.
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♪ pose! yeah! ♪ flash! yeah! ♪ get the family to strike a pose, ♪ ♪ and show off your brand new clothes! ♪ ♪ that's my kind of holiday. >> thanks largely to one woman, teachers in the south bay and on the peninsula have had to spend a whole lot less over the past 20 years. nbc bay area has her story in tonight's bay area proud. >> ion side this building in supny vale in the heart of silicon valley where so many new products are born, you will find
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a warehouse filled with things waiting to be reborn. box after box, overflowing with old film canisters, surplus package materials, anything, and we mean anything that some local businesses could no longer find a use for. >> this is a pet trey. but we don't care about that. >> mary is a second grade teacher who loved hands-on moth math and science projects for her students. one problem, though -- >> it's materials. if you're going to do project-based lerping you need stuff. you just have to have a pile of stuff. >> stuff mary couldn't buy enough of on a teacher's salary, so mary became a scrounger. whatever company didn't want the old, the irregular, the surplus, she gladly take and turn into projects for her kids. mary became so good at it, she decided to turn pro and the resource area for teach iing wa born.
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>> i really wanted to make an impact for more than my own classroom. >> supported teachers. >> 20 years later, more than 9,000 volunteers helped the staff of 40 strans transform more than 100,000 cubic feet of stuff a year into educational materials. the finished products and raw materials are then made available to 8,000 teacher members serving more than 600,000 students in the south bay and peninsula. it's as big as mare thought it would be. because she knew all along these were things students would love, and that would inspire their teachers. >> there's nothing more powerful to a teacher than see the kids respond.
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>> after 20 years, she's stepping down this spring. she says after so many years, she's looking to life as someone other than mary, looking it turns out to be reborn a bit herself. >> now we're thinking about anthony slaughter and the really cold weather. let's find out when it's going to warm up. >> if only we could fast forward to, like, march. >> there you go. our winter is really from about now to the middle part of february. so we're in the part of, at least the time of year, i couldn't say winter because winter actually hasn't started, but it's hard to believe with the freeze warnings we've been dealing with all week long. and the last day we're expecting this to happen, tomorrow morning and then after that, temperatures will start to warm up as we head towards the upcoming week.
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jor passes are going to be the yaers of concern. of course, with freezing temperatures to fight, the real possibility of black ice is going to be on the roads. napa down to 19 tonight. even san jose expecting to get 27 degrees tonight. that could make it one of the coldest we've seen all year long. freeze warning in effect. here's the good news, warmer days are ahead now. it's not going to be overly warm as we head through the upcoming week, but temperatures will start to climb. these are our morning lows as we head towards this week. you'll notice monday will be the coldest. each and every day as that warm california sunshine starts to
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warm up, we will event you'lly break free. it's not going to happen until at least about thursday or friday. now here's the other good news. the daytime highs with the sunshine will start to feel more comfortable. now tomorrow in san jose, only 52 for a high. but tuesday, webz, thursday, a little closer to 60. 20s by noon. only in the upper 40s. san francisco to start off tomorrow, 35 degrees. by noon, 51. you'll notice the north bay, eastbound bay no fog tomorrow, but it's going to be very cold. make sure your dress in layers and send the kids off with a few extra layers as well. back to you. >> good advice, thank you, anthony. >> coming up next, he's about to take over "the tonight show." but before he does, jimmy fallon
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>> late nights are about to get earlier for jimmy fallon. and now for selfless promotion and a preview, we have the interview with jimmy fallon. >> in tw months heel take over one of the most illustrious jobs in the history of television. it's a high stakes move for an entertain we are bay area ties. the interview with jimmy fallon. >> reporter: for jimmy fallon,
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there's no such things as simple. >> my dream job was to work for ibm. that was my actual dream job. >> reporter: the 39-year-old fallon is a rare breed of funny. his disarming style behind the scenes translates into ratings gold on stage. >> thank you very much. >> no back stabs, no crazy thing? just leno calls you one night and says hey -- >> this is the call, are you ready? no, i think after the whole jay came back to the "tonight show." and i called him up and said i'm not gunning for your job, i just want you to know i appreciate you. i was friends with jay before i was doing a talk show. i'm happy being here at 12:37 a.m., whatever time slot i'm at. my wife is in new york. and no one is bothering her. we zo we're fine. he said i appreciate it.
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it's going to be fine. and i go when you're ready to step down, let's do it the right way. >> reporter: whether it's dancing with the first lady or an egg smash with tom cruise, fallon has a way to get people to do things they normally wouldn't do. >> that was surreal. >> surreal. we were doing a comedy sketch with the president called slow jam the noo us where we take serious news stories an just make them 13w50 a slow jam. >> you should slow jam here one time. >> i will. whenever you guys want me to, i will. but at the end of that bit, normally we finish and i go that's how we slow jam the news. and whoever i'm slow jamming with goes "oh, yeah." so the president, we were rehearsing it he said that's how we slow jam the news. i look at him and he says oh, yeah. i said do you want to? he said no. no.
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secret security whisked me away. >> your wife is from here in the bay area, so ewe you're kind of one of us now. >> marin county. she just loves you guys all the time. anytime we see anything on tv, a movie. right there, okay, i used to go over there and hang out. >> marin academy high school. if you just mention anything, even a word that rhymes with marin. she has so many great memories here. we have a lot of great friends. >> can i show you a photo? this is -- she's almost 5 months old. her name is winnie rose. this is -- we had a passport photo taken. >> a passport phofophoto. >> yeah, getting ready for
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russia. getting ready to go to the olympics. leave my a loan. i just want to hang out in my crib. >> obviously you're a proud dad. so much success has come your way. you haven't been shine in terms of fertility issues. >> we were trying to have a baby for five years. 5 1/2 years, which is just tough, not easy at all. and there are of course people out there that tried longer than that. i say just have hope and hang in there. because whatever -- however way it happens, it's so worth it. >> when you retire way down the road, what are you going to be doing? >> well, i wanted to be a mailman. i just like that job. they get to wear shorts. they get to drive in that weird car. it doesn't have a door on one side. and you have the wheel on the other side. you're in england? they have no rules. and just have a rebelous job. that's probably where i would end up.
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>> coming up next, a 6-year-old is on a mission to save nasa. really his plan coming up next. [ laughter ]
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a 6-year-old boy with dreams to become an astronaut is on a mission to save nasa. he found out congress is cutting funding to the space program. he thought his allowance would help out a little bit. but then after talking with his family, he decided to create an on line petition on the white house website. his mage to president obama, increase funding for nasa so that children can dream of exploring the universe.
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>> well, i would be very sad. nasa is mostly the only space station, like, space company i've known for a very long time. >> for 6 years flooes. he's adorable. he needs 100,000 signatures to get a response. tonight haez 3,000. so he has a long way to go to get 100,000 from the white house. a last look at weather. we can't get enough. we're going to anthony. >> talk about big dreams, right? >> you've got to like it. the freeze warning expires tomorrow morning. that's some good news. but the unfortunate thing, it's still going to be chilly tomorrow afternoon. while it will be bright it's still going to be chilly to start the day. 29 in the south bay. topping out in the mid 40s by the afternoon. very cold, even in san francisco. 35 degrees tomorrow. by the morning hours. but low 50s by the afternoon. and clear skies all day long. north bay, east bay and
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trivalley, expecting to be very bright. cold temperatures but warmer weather is on the way thursday and friday. thank you. >> thank you, anthony. and thanks for watching nbc bay area news. see you back here next weekend. have a good week. we leave you tonight from live pictures from johannesburg of the memorial for nelson mandela.
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